Where do you have my grandson? Have you found any of our forebears? I think that most are buried in Victoria.It certainly looks well shaded.
I come to visit your blog everyday, but just don't get the time to write a few line comments (i know quite a a lame excuse, but it is true). Anyway, what I wanted to say is that I am finding it very very amazing at how fast Ezra is growing up. I have been with your blog since his birth, and it is fascinating. He is of course as cute as ever.
Even without Ezra that would be a imposing scene!
Hi! Kris,Nice photograph of Ezra emergingfrom shadows, trees, flowers and long discarded gravestones.Ezra's grandfather said,"Where do you have my grandson?"LOL!!!!Take care!DeeDee ;-D
Roddy, they're all dead.
KL, I thought that you'd been kidnapped!
Rinkly, but Ez would bring a certain something.
DeeDee, don't encourage him.
I am looking at Ez after full three weeks and he looks all grown up.The setting, though, is really unusual.
He is a man now.
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